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									     Waste Licence
    Application Form

                  EPA Ref. No:
                   (Office use only)



This document does not purport to be and should not be considered
  a legal interpretation of the provisions and requirements of the
             Waste Management Act 1996, as amended.




             Environmental Protection Agency
    P.O.Box 5000, Johnstown Castle Estate, County Wexford
         Telephone: 053-9160600 Fax: 053-9160699
                            WASTE Application Form
             Tracking Amendments to Application Form

Version     Date         Amendment since             Reason
No.                      previous version
V.1         04/09/2012   Amended various sections    To accurately reflect the
                         to take account of the      new requirements in the
                         requirements of the         Regulations         which
                         European Communities        transpose   the    Waste
                         (Waste Directive)           Framework       Directive
                         Regulations 2011.           2008/98/EC.
V.1         04/09/2012   Amended Section E.5 Noise
                         Emissions, I.7 Noise
                                                     To accurately reflect the
                         Impact, Table E.5.(i) and
                                                     changes in the document
                         Table I.7.(i) to take
                                                     Guidance Note for Noise:
                         account of the document
                                                     Licence Applications,
                         Guidance Note for Noise:
                                                     Surveys and Assessments
                         Licence Applications,
                                                     in Relation to Scheduled
                         Surveys and Assessments
                                                     Activities (NG4) (2012).
                         in Relation to Scheduled
                         Activities (NG4) (2012).
                         Amended Section B.3 to
V.1         04/09/2012                               To accurately reflect the
                         take account of the         European Union
                         requirements of European    (Environmental Impact
                         Union (Environmental        Assessment) (Integrated
                         Impact Assessment)          Pollution Prevention and
                         (Integrated Pollution       Control) Regulations 2012
                                                     (SI No 282 of 2012)
                         Prevention and Control)
                                                     requirements.
                         Regulations 2012 (SI No
                         282 of 2012); in terms of
                         Environmental Impact
                         Assessment under the
                         Environmental Impact
                         Assessment Directive
                         (Council Directive
                         2011/92/EU on the
                         assessment of the effects
                         of certain public and
                         private projects on the
                         environment).

                         Update references to new
                         legislation                 To reflect changes in
                                                     legislation




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               Environmental Protection Agency
                      Application for a Waste Licence

                WASTE MANAGEMENT ACT 1996, as amended


                              CONTENTS
                                                            Page

INTRODUCTION                                                    4

CHECKLIST                                                       5

PROCEDURES                                                    11

SECTION A   NON-TECHNICAL SUMMARY                             13

SECTION B   GENERAL                                           14

SECTION C    MANAGEMENT OF THE FACILITY                       24

SECTION D   INFRASTRUCTURE & OPERATION                        25

SECTION E    EMISSIONS                                        30

SECTION F   CONTROL & MONITORING                              32

SECTION G   RESOURCES USE & ENERGY EFFICIENCY                 35

SECTION H   MATERIALS HANDLING                                36

SECTION I   EXISTING ENVIRONMENT & IMPACT OF THE FACILITY     40

SECTION J   ACCIDENT PREVENTION & EMERGENCY RESPONSE          43

SECTION K   REMEDIATION, DECOMMISSIONING, RESTORATION AND
            AFTERCARE                                         44

SECTION L   STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS                            45

SECTION M DECLARATION                                         47


ANNEX 1: STANDARD FORMS




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                                INTRODUCTION

A valid application must contain the information prescribed in the Waste
Management (Licensing) Regulations 2004 (SI No. 395 of 2004). The applicant is
strongly advised to read the Application Guidance Notes for Waste Licensing,
available from the EPA.

The applicant must conform to the format set out in the guidance notes for
applications. Each page of the completed application form must be numbered, e.g.
page 5 of 45, etc. Also duplicated pages from the application form should be
uniquely numbered, e.g. page 5(i) of 45, etc. The basic information should for the
most part be supplied in the spaces given in application form and any supporting
documentation should be supplied as attachments, as specified. Consistent
measurement units must be used throughout.

The applicant should note that the application form has been structured so that it
requires information to be presented in an order of progressive detail.

When it is found necessary, additional information may be provided on
supplementary attachments which should be clearly cross referenced with the
relevant sections in the main document.

While all sections in the application form may not be relevant to the activity
concerned, the applicant should look carefully through all aspects of the form and
provide the required information, in the greatest possible detail.

All maps/drawings/plans must be no larger than A3 size and scaled appropriately
such that they are clearly legible. In exceptional circumstances, where A3 is
considered inadequate, a larger size may be requested by the Agency.

Information supplied in this application, including supporting documentation will be
put on public display and open to inspection by any person. Should the applicant
consider information to be confidential, this information should be submitted in a
separate enclosure bearing the legend “ In the event that this information is deemed
not to be held as confidential, it must be returned to ........”. In the event that
information is considered to be of a confidential nature, then the nature of this
information and the reasons why it is considered confidential (with reference to the
“Access to Information on the Environment” Regulations) should be stated in the
Application Form, where relevant.

It should be noted that it will not be possible to process or determine the
application until the required documents have been provided in sufficient detail
and to a satisfactory standard.




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                                     CHECKLIST

Articles 12 and 13 of the Waste Management (Licensing) Regulations, 2004 (S.I. No.
395 of 2004) set out the information which must, in all cases, accompany a waste
licence application. In order to ensure that the application fully complies with the
legal requirements of Articles 12 and 13 of the 2004 Regulations, all applicants
should complete the following.

In each case, refer to the attachment number(s) of your application which contain(s)
the information requested in the appropriate sub-article.

Article 12(1) In the case of an application for a waste licence, the application shall -

             (a) give the name, address and, where applicable, any telephone number
                and telefax of the applicant (and, if different, the operator of the
                facility concerned), the address to which correspondence relating to
                the application should be sent and if the applicant or operator is a
                body corporate, the address of its registered office or principal office,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

             (b) give the name of the planning authority in whose functional area the
                relevant activity is or will be carried on,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

              (c) in the case of a discharge of any trade effluent or other matter (other
                 than domestic sewage or storm water) to a sewer of a sanitary
                 authority, give the name of the sanitary authority in which the sewer
                 is vested or by which it is controlled,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

              (d) give the location or postal address (including where appropriate, the
                 name of the townland or townlands) and the National Grid reference
                 of the facility or premises to which the application relates,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

              (e) describe the nature of the facility or premises concerned, including
                 the proposed capacity of the facility or premises, and in the case of
                 application in respect of a landfill of waste, the requirements
                 specified in Annex 1 of the Landfill Directive,



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            LOCATION
            CHECKED               Applicant                       Official

               (f) specify the class or classes of activity concerned, in accordance with
                   the Third and Fourth Schedules of the Act1 and in the case of an
                   application in respect of the landfill of waste, specify the class of
                   landfill in accordance with Article 4 of the Landfill Directive,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED               Applicant                       Official

               (g) specify, by reference to the relevant European Waste Catalogue
                  codes as presented by Commission Decision 2000/532/EC of 3 May
                  2000, the quantity and nature of the waste or wastes which will be
                  treated, recovered or disposed of,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED               Applicant                       Official

               (h) specify the raw and ancillary materials, substances, preparations,
                  fuels and energy which will be utilised in or produced by the
                  activity,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED               Applicant                       Official

               (i) describe the plant, methods, processes, ancillary processes,
                   abatement, recovery and treatment systems and operating procedures
                   for the activity,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED               Applicant                       Official

              (j) provide information for the purpose of enabling the Agency to make
                  a determination in relation to the matters specified in paragraphs (a)
                  to (g) of section 40(4) of the Act,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED               Applicant                       Official




1Note that the Third and Fourth Schedules of the Act were amended by the European Communities
(Waste Directive) Regulations, 2011.


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              (k) give particulars of the source, location, nature, composition,
                 quantity, level and rate of emissions arising from the activity and,
                 where relevant, the period or periods during which such emissions
                 are made or are to be made,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED           Applicant                     Official

             (l) give details and an assessment of the effects, of any existing or
                 proposed emissions on the environment, including any environmental
                 medium other than those into which the emissions are, or are to be
                 made and of proposed measures to prevent or eliminate or, where that
                 is not practicable, to limit or abate such emissions,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED           Applicant                     Official

              (m) identify monitoring and sampling points and indicate proposed
                arrangements for the monitoring of emissions and the environmental
                consequences of any such emissions,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED           Applicant                     Official

             (n) describe any proposed arrangements for the prevention,
                minimisation and recovery of waste arising from the activity
                concerned,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED           Applicant                     Official

             (o) describe any proposed arrangements for the off-site treatment or
                disposal of solid or liquid wastes,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED           Applicant                     Official

             (p)   describe the existing or proposed measures, including emergency
                   procedures, to prevent unauthorised or unexpected emissions and
                   minimise the impact on the environment of any such emission,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED           Applicant                     Official




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             (q) describe the proposed measures for the closure, restoration,
                remediation or aftercare of the facility concerned, after the cessation
                of the activity in question,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

             (r) in the case of an application in respect of the landfilling of waste,
                give particulars of –

                (i) such financial provision as is proposed to be made by the
                applicant, having regard to the provisions of Articles (7)(i) and
                (8)(a)(iv) of the Landfill Directive and section 53(1) of the Act, and

            LOCATION
            CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

                (ii) such charges as are proposed or made, having regard to the
                    requirements of section 53A of the Act,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED            Applicant                     Official


             (s) state whether the activity is for the purposes of an establishment to
                which the European Communities (Control of Major Accident
                Hazards involving Dangerous Substances) Regulations, 2000 (S.I.
                No. 476 of 2000) apply,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

             (t) in the case of an activity which gives rise or could give rise to an
                emission into an aquifer containing the List I and II substances
                specified in the Annex to Council Directive 80/68/EEC of 17
                December 1979, describe the existing or proposed arrangements
                necessary to give effect to Articles 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and 10 of the
                aforementioned Council Directive,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED            Applicant                     Official




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                   (t bis) describe in outline the main alternatives, if any, to the
                   proposals contained in the application which were studied by the
                   applicant,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED              Applicant                    Official

             (u) include a non-technical summary of information provided in relation
                to the matters specified in paragraphs (a) to (t) of this sub-article,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED              Applicant                    Official

             (v) describe how the waste hierarchy in section 21A of the Act is
                applied.

            LOCATION
            CHECKED              Applicant                    Official


Article 12(4) Without prejudice to Article 13(1) and (2), an application for a licence
             shall be accompanied by -

             (a) a copy of the relevant page of the newspaper(s) in which the notice
                in accordance with article 6 has been published,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED              Applicant                    Official

             (b) a copy of the text of the notice or notices erected or fixed in
                accordance with article 7,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED              Applicant                    Official

             (c) where appropriate, a copy of the notice given to a local planning
                under article 9,

            LOCATION
            CHECKED              Applicant                    Official

             (d)     a copy of such plans, (appropriately scaled and no larger than A3
                     size), including a site plan or plans and location map or maps and
                     such other particulars, reports and supporting documentation as
                     are necessary to identify and describe, as appropriate -
                     (i) the position of the notice in accordance with article 7,




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             LOCATION
             CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

                     (ii) the point or points from which emissions are made or are to be
                         made, and

             LOCATION
             CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

                     (iii) the point or points at which monitoring and sampling are
                         undertaken or are to be undertaken,

             LOCATION
             CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

               (e) such fee as is appropriate having regard to the provisions of articles
                  40 and 41.

             INCLUDED Y/N
             CHECKED            Applicant                     Official

Article 12(5)(a) & (b) An application shall comprise 1 signed original of the
                  application and 2 copies in hardcopy format plus 2 copies of all
                  files in electronic searchable PDF format on CD-Rom.

             HARDCOPIES PROVIDED
             Y/N
             CHECKED                     Applicant            Official

             CD OF PDF FILES
             PROVIDED? Y/N
             CHECKED                     Applicant            Official


Article 13     Where a development requires an Environmental Impact Assessment to
               be carried out, 1 signed original and 2 copies in hardcopy format of the
               environmental impact statement plus 16 copies in electronic searchable
               PDF format on CD-ROM should accompany this application.

            EIA REQUIRED ?     Y/N
            CHECKED                      Applicant             Official
            3 HARD COPIES OF EIS
            INCLUDED ? Y/N
            CHECKED                      Applicant             Official
            16 CD versions of EIS,
            as PDF files,
            PROVIDED? Y/N
            CHECKED                      Applicant             Official



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                                   PROCEDURES

It is recommended that pre-application consultations with the Agency are
undertaken before a formal submission of the waste licence application.

The procedure for making and processing of applications for waste licences and for
the processing of reviews of such licences, appear in the Waste Management
(Licensing) Regulations 2004 (S.I. No. 395 of 2004) and are summarised below. The
application fees that shall accompany an application are listed in the Second Schedule
to the Regulations.

Prior to submitting an application the applicant must publish in a local newspaper, and
erect on site, a notice of intention to apply. An applicant, other than a local authority
in whose functional area the development is located, must also notify the Local
Planning Authority, in writing, of their intention to apply.

An application for a licence must be submitted on the appropriate form (available
from the Agency) with the correct fee, and should contain relevant supporting
documentation as attachments. The application should be based on responses to the
form, supporting written text and the appropriate use of tables and drawings. Where
point source emissions occur, a system of unique reference numbers should be used to
denote each emission point. These should be simple, logical and traceable throughout
the application.

The application form is divided into a number of sections of related information. The
purpose of these divisions being to facilitate both the applicant and the Agency in the
provision of the information and its assessment. Attachments should be clearly
numbered, titled and paginated and must contain the required information as set out in
the application form. Additional attachments may be included to supply any further
information supporting the application. Any references made should be supported by
a bibliography.

All questions should be answered. No waste management facility is exactly the
same and hence each application will require different information. It is therefore
possible that some of the sections of this application form may not be relevant to the
activity concerned. Where information is requested in the application form, which
is not relevant to the application, the words “not applicable” should be clearly
written on the form. The abbreviation “N/A” should not be used.

Additional information may need to be submitted beyond that which is explicitly
requested on this form. Any references made should be supported by a bibliography.
The Agency may request further information if it considers that its provision is
material to the assessment of the application. Advice should be sought from the
Agency where there is doubt about the type of information required or the level of
detail.

Information supplied in this application, including supporting documentation, will be
put on public display and be open to inspection by any person. Should the applicant
consider information to be confidential, then the nature of this information and
the reasons why it is considered confidential should be clearly stated in an


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attachment to the Application Form. This information should be submitted in a
separate enclosure bearing the legend “In the event that this information is
deemed not to be held as confidential, it must be returned to (representative of
the applicant)”.

Applicants should be aware that a contravention of the conditions of a waste licence
is an offence under Section 39 of the Waste Management Act 1996, as amended.

The provision of information in an application for a waste licence which is false
or misleading is an offence under Section 45 of the Waste Management Act 1996,
as amended.


Note: Drawings. The following guidelines are included to assist applicants:

 All drawings submitted should be titled and dated.
 They should have a unique reference number and should be signed by a clearly
  identifiable person.
 They should indicate a scale and the direction of north.
 All drawings should, generally, be to a scale of between 1:20 to 1:500, depending
  upon the degree of detail needed to be shown and the size of the facility. Drawings
  delineating the boundary can be to a smaller scale of between 1:1000 to 1:10560, but
  must clearly and accurately present the required level of detail. Drawings showing the
  site location can be to a scale of between 1:50 000 to 1:126 720. All drawings should,
  however, be A3 or less and of an appropriate scale such that they are clearly legible.
  Provide legends on all drawings and maps as appropriate.


The provision of information in an application for a waste licence, which is false
or misleading, is an offence under Section 45 of the Acts.




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                              SECTION A         NON-TECHNICAL SUMMARY
         A Non-Technical Summary is to be submitted. The summary should include information on
those aspects outlined in the Guidance Note and must comply with the requirements of Article 12 (1) (u)
of the Waste Management (Licensing) Regulations, S.I. 395 of 2004.

            The Non-Technical Summary should form Attachment A.1.




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                                       SECTION B GENERAL

B.1 Applicant’s Details
Name*:
Address:



Tel:
Fax:
e-mail:

* This should be the name of the applicant which is current on the date this Waste Licence Application is
 lodged with the Agency. It should be the name of the legal entity (which can be a limited company or a
 sole trader). A trading/business name is not acceptable.

Name and Address for Correspondence
Only application documentation submitted by the applicant and by the nominated person will be deemed
to have come from the applicant.

Name:
Address:



Tel:
Fax:
e-mail:

Address of registered or principal office of Body Corporate (if applicable)

Address:



Tel:
Fax:
e-mail:

If the applicant is a body corporate, the following information must be attached as Attachment B1:
a) a Certified Copy of the Certificate of Incorporation or Memorandum and Article of Association;
b) the Companies Registration Number from the Companies Registry Office; and
c) a list of the Company Directors.




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Has an Article 11 request been submitted previously in relation to this site?

Yes
No

If yes, please provide the Article 11 request number:-

State the interest of the applicant in the land which is subject to the application. The applicant is
(please check):

Landowner
Lessee
Prospective Purchaser
Other (please specify)

Name and address of all occupiers of the land on which the Activity is situated (if different from
applicant named above).

Name:
Address:



Tel:
Fax:
e-mail:

Name and address of the current* owner(s) and lessees of the land, buildings and ancillary plant
on which the activity is or will be situated (if different from applicant named above).
An appropriately scaled drawing (≤A3) showing the above details should be included in Attachment B1.

Name:
Address:



Tel:
Fax:
e-mail:
*Current at the time the application is submitted

B.2 Location of Activity

Name:
Address*:



Tel:

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    Fax:
    e-mail:
    * Include any townland




    National Grid Reference
    (8 digit 4E,4N)

    Location maps (≤A3), appropriately scaled, with legible grid references should be enclosed in Attachment
    B.2. The site boundary must be outlined on the map in colour.


    B.3 Planning Authority and/or Public Authority
    Give the name of the planning authority in whose functional area the activity is or will be carried out.

    Name:
    Address:



    Tel:
    Fax:

    Has the Planning Authority received written notification from the applicant of the application to the
    Environmental Protection Agency for a Waste Licence under Article 9 of the Waste Management
    (Licensing) Regulations?

Pk Planning Authority notified Yes
                               No

    Planning Permission relating to this application:-

    B.3(a)      is not required
    B.3(b)      has been obtained
    B.3(c)      is being processed

    Local Authority Planning
    File Reference No:


    Attachment B.3

    B.3(a) Planning permission not required
    Where the new activity or changes to the existing activity which require this licence/review
    application does not require a grant of planning permission, the following should be included in
    Attachment No B.3:



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-       Confirmation in writing from the planning authority or An Bord Pleanála, as the case may be, that
        a grant of permission is not required,
                                                   AND
-       Details of previous planning permissions granted for the development comprising the activity,
        including a copy of the grant of permission and a copy of all conditions.
                                              AND EITHER
        (a)    Where the planning authority or An Bord Pleanála accepted or required the submission of a
               copy of an EIS under the Planning and Development Act 2000, as amended, for a previous
               planning permission application, the required number of copies of the most recent EIS
               should be submitted. A copy of the planning inspector’s report associated with that EIS
               should also be submitted.
                                                    OR
        (b)    Where an EIS was not required for any previous planning permissions granted for the
               development comprising the activity, submit confirmation in writing from the planning
               authority or An Bord Pleanála that an environmental impact assessment was not required
               for the development by or under the Planning and Development Act 2000, as amended.


-       Where a grant of planning permission has never been required for the site of the activity, submit
        confirmation in writing from the planning authority or An Bord Pleanála, as the case may be, of
        same.

B.3(b) Planning permission already granted

Where the new activity or changes to the existing activity which require this licence/review
application has already been granted planning permission by a planning authority or An Bord Pleanála,
the following should be included in Attachment No B.3:

-       a copy of the grant of permission and either:
        (a)    where the planning authority or An Bord Pleanála accepted or required the submission of a
               copy of an EIS under the Planning and Development Act 2000, as amended, the required
               number of copies of that EIS;
                                             OR
        (b)    confirmation in writing from the planning authority or An Bord Pleanála that an
               environmental impact assessment was not required for the development by or under the
               Planning and Development Act 2000, as amended.

-       A summary of all previous planning permissions granted for the site of the activity should be
        provided.


B.3(c) Planning permission under consideration
Where the new activity or changes to the existing activity which require this licence/review
application involves development or proposed development that requires a grant of planning permission,
and the relevant planning application is under consideration by the planning authority or An Bord
Pleanala, the following should be included in Attachment No B.3:



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-       confirmation in writing from a planning authority or An Bord Pleanála, as the case may be, that an
        application for permission comprising or for the purposes of the activity to which the application
        for a licence relates, is currently under consideration, and either:

        (a)    the required number of copies of the EIS relating to that application for permission, where
               one is required by or under the Planning and Development Act 2000, as amended;
                                                         OR

        (b)    confirmation in writing from the planning authority or An Bord Pleanála that an
               environmental impact assessment is not required by or under the Planning and
               Development Act 2000, as amended.

-       A summary of all previous planning permissions granted for the site of the activity should be
        provided.

For B.3(b) and B.3(c) above, please note that in accordance with Section 42(1C) of the Waste
Management Act 1996, as amended, the Agency shall refuse to consider the licence application if the
applicant does not comply with the requirements of Section 42(1B).

Licences and permits
For existing activities, Attachment No B.3 should also contain a table of references to all licences and
permits past and presently in force at the time of submission.

Appropriate Assessment
Where applicable, provide a copy of any screening for Appropriate Assessment report and Natura Impact
Statement (NIS) that was prepared for consideration by any planning/public authority as defined in
Regulation 2(1) of the European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011 (S.I. No.
477 of 2011) in relation to the activity. Where a determination that an Appropriate Assessment is
required has been made by any planning/public authority in relation to the activity, a copy of that
determination and any screening report and Natura Impact Statement (NIS), and any supplemental
information furnished in relation to any such report or statement, which has been provided to the
planning/public authority for the purposes of the Appropriate Assessment shall be included in
Attachment No B.3.


B.4 Sanitary Authority
In the case of a discharge of any trade effluent or other matter (other than domestic sewage or storm water) to
a sewer of a sanitary authority or other body, give the name of the sanitary authority in which the sewer is
vested or by which it is controlled and the waste water treatment plant (if any) to which the sewer discharges.

Name:
Address:



Tel:
Fax:

The applicant must enclose, as Attachment B.4, a copy of any effluent discharge licence and/or agreement
between the applicant and the body with responsibility for the sewer.


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B.5 Other Authorities
The applicant should indicate the Health Board Region where the activity is or will be located.

Name:
Address:


Tel:
Fax:


B.6 Notices and Advertisements

Articles 6 and 7 of the Waste Management (Licensing) Regulations 2004 requires all applicants to advertise
the application in a newspaper and by way of a site notice. See Guidance Note.

Attachment B.6 should contain a copy of the site notice and an appropriately scaled drawing (≤A3)
showing its location on site. The original application must include the complete newspaper in which
the advertisement was placed. The relevant page of the newspaper containing the advertisement should
be included with the original and three copies of the application.




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     B.7 Type of Waste Activity, Tonnages & Fees

     B.7.1 Specify the class or classes of activity in Table B.7.1, in accordance with
     the Third Schedule or Fourth Schedule to the Waste Management Acts 1996 to
     2010, as amended by the European Communities (Waste Directive)
     Regulations, 2011, to which the application relates (check the relevant box(es)
     and mark the principal activity with a ‘P’).

     Attachment B.7 should identify the principal activity and include a brief technical
     description of each of the other activities specified. There can only be one principal
     activity.

     TABLE B.7.1 THIRD AND FOURTH SCHEDULES OF THE WASTE MANAGEMENT ACT
     1996, AS AMENDED.
                                Waste Management Act 1996, as amended.
             Third Schedule                                                Fourth Schedule
                                                     Y/N                                                               Y/N
        Waste Disposal Operations                                     Waste Recovery Operations
D1   Deposit into or on to land (e.g. including            R1   Use principally as a fuel or other means to generate
     landfill, etc.).                                           energy: This includes incineration facilities
                                                                dedicated to the processing of municipal solid
                                                                waste only where their energy efficiency is equal to
                                                                or above:
                                                                          - 0.60 for installations in operation and
                                                                               permitted in accordance with
                                                                               applicable Community acts before 1
                                                                               January 2009,
                                                                          - 0.65 for installations permitted after
                                                                               31 December 2008,
                                                                using the following formula, applied in accordance
                                                                with the reference document on Best Available
                                                                Techniques for Waste Incineration:
                                                                Energy efficiency = (Ep - (Ef + Ei)/ (0.97x(Ew+Ef)
                                                                where—
                                                                          ‘Ep’ means annual energy produced as
                                                                          heat or electricity and is calculated with
                                                                          energy in the form of electricity being
                                                                          multiplied by 2.6 and heat produced for
                                                                          commercial       use     multiplied    by
                                                                          1.1(GJ/year),

                                                                         ‘Ef’ means annual energy input to the
                                                                         system from fuels contributing to the
                                                                         production of steam (GJ/year),

                                                                         ‘Ew’ means annual energy contained in
                                                                         the treated waste calculated using the net
                                                                         calorific value of the waste (GJ/year),

                                                                         ‘Ei’ means annual energy imported
                                                                         excluding Ew and Ef(GJ/year),

                                                                          ‘0.97’ is a factor accounting for energy
                                                                          losses due to bottom ash and radiation.
D2   Land treatment (e.g. biodegradation of liquid         R2   Solvent reclamation/regeneration.
     or sludgy discards in soils, etc.).

D3   Deep injection (e.g. injection of pumpable            R3   Recycling /reclamation of organic substances
     discards into wells, salt domes or naturally               which are not used as solvents (including
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                                                                      processes), which includes gasification          and
                                                                      pyrolisis using the components as chemicals.

     D4     Surface impoundment (e.g. placement of             R4     Recycling/reclamation      of   metals    and   metal
            liquid or sludgy discards into pits, ponds or             compounds.
            lagoons, etc.).

D5          Specially engineered landfill (e.g. placement      R5     Recycling/reclamation of other inorganic materials,
     D5     into lined discrete cells which are capped and            which includes soil cleaning resulting in recovery
            isolated from one another and the                         of the soil and recycling of inorganic construction
            environment, etc.).                                       materials.

     D6     Release into a water body except seas/oceans.      R6     Regeneration of acids or bases.

     D7     Release to seas/oceans including sea-bed           R7     Recovery of components used for pollution
            insertion.                                                abatement.
     D8     Biological treatment not specified elsewhere       R8     Recovery of components from catalysts.
            in this Schedule which results in final
            compounds or mixtures which are discarded
            by means of any of the operations numbered
            D 1 to D 12.

     D9     Physico-chemical treatment not specified           R9     Oil re-refining or other reuses of oil.
            elsewhere in this Schedule which results in
            final compounds or mixtures which are
            discarded by means of any of the operations
            numbered D 1 to D 12 (e.g. evaporation,
            drying, calcinations, etc.).

     D 10   Incineration on land.                              R 10   Land treatment resulting in benefit to agriculture or
                                                                      ecological improvement.
     D 11   Incineration at sea (this operation is             R 11   Use of waste obtained from any of the operations
            prohibited by EU legislation and international            numbered R 1 to R 10.
            conventions).
     D 12   Permanent storage (e.g. emplacement of             R 12   Exchange of waste for submission to any of the
            containers in a mine, etc).                               operations numbered R 1 to R 11 (if there is no
                                                                      other R code appropriate, this can include
                                                                      preliminary operations prior to recovery including
                                                                      pre-processing such as, amongst others,
                                                                      dismantling, sorting, crushing, compacting,
                                                                      pelletising, drying, shredding, conditioning,
                                                                      repackaging, separating, blending or mixing prior
                                                                      to submission to any of the operations numbered
                                                                      R1 to R11).

     D 13   Blending or mixing prior to submission to          R 13   Storage of waste pending any of the operations
            any of the operations numbered D 1 to D 12                numbered R 1 to R 12 (excluding temporary
            (if there is no other D code appropriate, this            storage (being preliminary storage according to the
            can include preliminary operations prior to               definition of 'collection' in section 5(1)), pending
            disposal including pre-processing such as,                collection, on the site where the waste is produced).
            amongst       others,    sorting,     crushing,
            compacting, pelletising, drying, shredding,
            conditioning or separating prior to submission
            to any of the operations numbered D1 to
            D12).

     D 14   Repackaging prior to submission to any of the
            operations numbered D 1 to D 13.

     D 15   Storage pending any of the operations
            numbered D 1 to D 14 (excluding temporary
            storage (being preliminary storage according
            to the definition of 'collection' in section
            5(1)), pending collection, on the site where
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TABLE B.7.2 MAXIMUM ANNUAL TONNAGE
The maximum annual tonnage of waste to be handled at the site should be indicated
and the year to which the quantity relates indicated.

               Maximum Annual Tonnage (tpa)
               Year

B.7.3 FEES
State each class of activity for which a fee is being submitted as per Part I of the
Second Schedule of the Waste Management (Licensing) Regulations 2004, S.I. No.
395 of 2004. Note: two fees are required if disposal and recovery are to occur.

Waste Activity                            Fee (in €)
Disposal of Waste (appropriate
disposal activity 1.1 – 3.3)
Recovery of Waste (4)                     10,000 / 6,000




TABLE B.7.4 (FOR A LANDFILL APPLICATION)
STATE WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS RELEVANT TO THE CURRENT APPLICATION.


               (a) landfill for hazardous waste
               (b) landfill for non-hazardous waste
               (c) landfill for inert waste


TABLE B.7.5 (FOR A LANDFILL APPLICATION)
In accordance with the requirements of Article 9(b) of the Landfill Directive, state
the total quantity of waste for which authorisation is sought to be deposited in the
landfill – complete the following table:

   Total quantity of waste to be deposited                           Void in cubic
                                                       Tonnes*
           at the landfill facility                                  metres (m3)


   (a) Waste deposited to date

   (b) Total waste to be deposited over
   lifetime of development (including
   deposited to date)
* Explain any conversion/density factors used in calculating tonnage from void, or
vice versa.



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B.8 SEVESO II DIRECTIVE
State whether the activity is for the purposes of an establishment to which the European
Communities (Control of Major Accident Hazards involving Dangerous substances)
Regulations, 2006 (S.I. No. 74 of 2006), apply.

        Regulations Apply               Yes             No

If yes, Attachment B.8 should include the relevant details. Supporting information,
as well as copies of any Hazardous Operation Studies (HAZOP) carried out for the
site, should also be included in the attachment.




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               SECTION C MANAGEMENT OF THE FACILITY

Advice on completing this section is provided in the Guidance Note.

C.1 Technical Competence and Site Management

This information should form Attachment C 1.

Details of the applicant’s experience and qualifications, along with that of other
relevant employees, should be summarised as shown below. Statements of duties,
responsibilities, experience and qualifications should be submitted for each position
named below. Additional information, including the management structure and an
organisational chart, should be included in Attachment C 1.

Name              Position         Duties and Responsibilities        Experience /Qualifications




C.2 Environmental Management System

Attachment C 2 should contain the Environmental Management System (EMS)
details required.


C.3 Hours of Operation

Attachment C 3 should contain details of hours of operation for the waste facility,
civic waste facilities and other facilities.

(a) Proposed hours of operation.
(b) Proposed hours of waste acceptance/handling.
(c) Proposed hours of any construction and development works at the facility and
    timeframes (required for landfill facilities).
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                SECTION D INFRASTRUCTURE & OPERATION

 D.1 Infrastructure
 Complete the following table detailing the site infrastructure. Attachment D 1
 should contain the appropriate documentation. Information provided should follow
 the sequence, and use the headings, established in Table D.1. Additional advice on
 completing this section is provided in the application Guidance Note.

Table D.1. Infrastructure                                          y/n      Comments

D.1.a   Site security arrangements including gates and fencing
D.1.b Designs for site roads
D.1.c   Design of hard-standing areas
D.1.d Plant
D.1.e   Wheel-wash
D.1.f   Laboratory facilities
D.1.g   Design and location of fuel storage areas
D.1.h Waste quarantine areas
D.1.i   Waste inspection areas
D.1.j   Traffic control
D.1.k Sewerage and surface water drainage infrastructure
D.1.l   All other services
D.1.m Plant sheds, garages and equipment compound
D.1.n Site accommodation
D.1.o   A fire control system, including water supply
D.1.p Civic amenity facilities
D.1.q Any other waste recovery infrastructure
D.1.r   Composting infrastructure
D.1.s   Construction and Demolition waste infrastructure
D.1.t   Incineration infrastructure (if applicable).
        Provide information to fulfil Article 4 (2) & (3) of the
        Incineration of Waste Directive
D.1.u Any other infrastructure




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D.2     Facility Operation

In Attachment D 2 describe the plant, methods, processes and operations of the waste
facility, as required by the Guidance Note.

The requirements of article 12(1)(t bis) of the Licensing Regulations should be
addressed in Attachment D.2 by outlining the main alternatives to the proposals
contained in the application which were studied by the applicant.

Attachment included                yes        no        not applicable



LANDFILLS
The following Sections D3 to D7 should only be completed for Landfill
Applications. Reference should be made to the Agency landfill manual,
‘Landfill Site Design (2000)’, when completing this section.

D.3 Liner System

Complete the following table regarding the liner system to be used for the
landfill/landfill extension and detail the information requested as Attachment D.3.
Items D3c to D3g should only be completed for immediate projects (i.e., years 1 &
2). A schedule of liner construction activities for the medium to long term need only
be listed in item D3a below, since Condition 3 of any licences granted will provide
reporting requirements for any future projects.
TABLE D.3 LINER SYSTEM
                                                             y/n             Comments

D.3.a     Provide information to fulfil Annex 1 of the
          Landfill Directive

D.3.b     What type of liner system is specified?

D.3.c     Has a Quality Control Plan been specified?

D.3.d     Has a Quality Assurance Plan been specified?

D.3.e     Has independent, third-party supervision,
          testing and controls been specified?

D.3.f     Have basal gradients for all cells and access
          ramps to the cells been designed?

D.3.g     Has a leak detection survey been specified?




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D.4 Leachate Management
Complete the following table detailing leachate management arrangements. Further
information should be included in Attachment D.4.

TABLE D.4.1 LEACHATE MANAGEMENT ARRANGEMENTS
                                                                  y/n           Comments

 D.4.a     Is there a Leachate Management Plan?

 D.4.b     Have annual quantities of leachate been calculated?

 D.4.c     Has the total quantity of leachate been calculated?

 D.4.d     Has the size of the cells been specified taking
           account of the water balance calculations?

 D.4.e     Has a leachate collection system been specified?

 D.4.f     Has a leachate storage system been specified?

 D.4.g     Has a system for monitoring the level of leachate in
           the waste been designed?

 D.4.h     Is leachate recirculation proposed/practised?

 D.4.i     Has leachate treatment on-site been specified?

 D.4.j     Has leachate removal been specified?


D 5 Landfill Gas Management

All landfill sites should have suitable arrangements for the management of landfill
gas. Attachment D.5 should contain the appropriate documentation. Information
provided should follow the sequence, and use the headings, established in Table
D.5. Items D5g to D5m should only be completed for immediate or current gas
collection projects (i.e., years 1 & 2). A schedule of gas management aspects for
the medium to long term need only be listed in item D5f below, since Condition 3
of any proposed decision/licence will provide reporting requirements for any future
projects.




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Table D.5. Landfill Gas Management
                                                           y/n   Comments

 D.5a          Is there a Landfill Gas Management
               Plan?

               Provide estimates of the volumes of
               landfill gas which will be produced by
               the waste disposed of in the site for the
               next 20 years, and compare to the
               EPER list for methane:

 D.5b          Is there a passive venting system?

 D.5c          Does the passive system cover all of the
               filled area?

 D.5d          Have gas alarm systems been installed
               in the site buildings?

 D.5e          Have measures been installed to
               prevent landfill gas migration (e.g.
               barriers)?
 D.5f          Has a time-scale been proposed for the
               installation of landfill gas
               infrastructure?

 D.5g          Is gas flaring undertaken at the site?

 D.5h          Is there an active (i.e., pumped)
               landfill gas extraction system?

 D.5i          Does the active system cover all of the
               filled area?

 D.5j          Is landfill gas used to generate energy
               at the site?

 D.5k          Have emissions from the flarestack
               and utilisation plant been assessed for
               source, composition, quantity and level
               and rate?

 D.5l          Has a maintenance programme for the
               control system been specified?

 D.5m          Has a condensate removal system been
               designed?



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 D.6 Capping System

 Complete the following table detailing the design of the capping system.
 Attachment D.6 should contain the appropriate documentation. Items D6e to D6k
 should be completed for immediate projects only (i.e., years 1 & 2). Condition 10
 of any proposed decision/licence will provide reporting requirements for capping
 requirements beyond this timeframe.

 Table D.6 Capping System
                                                         y/n       Comments

D.6a     Has the daily cover been specified?

D.6b     Has the intermediate cover been specified?

D.6c     Has the temporary capping been specified?

D.6d     Has the Capping System been designed and
         does it meet the requirements of the Landfill
         Directive Annex 1 (3.3)?

D.6e     Does the Capping System include a flexible
         membrane liner?

D.6f     Have all capping materials been specified?

D.6g     Has a Method Statement for construction
         been produced?

D.6h     Has a Quality Control Plan been produced?

D.6i     Has a Quality       Assurance    Plan   been
         produced?

D.6j     Has a programme for monitoring landfill
         stability been developed?

D.6k     Has a programme for monitoring landfill
         settlement been developed?




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                             SECTION E EMISSIONS
Give particulars of the source, location, nature, composition, quantity, level and
rate of emissions arising from the activity and, where relevant, the period or
periods during which such emissions are made or are to be made.

The applicant should address in particular any emission point where the
substances listed in the Schedule of S.I. 394 of 2004 are emitted.

E.1 Emissions to Atmosphere
Details of all point emissions to atmosphere should be supplied. Table E.1.(i) (for
Landfill Gas Flare emissions) must be completed for all landfills with a flare.
Complete Table E.1(ii) and E.1(iii) for all other main emission points, including
stack sources (incinerator stacks, landfill gas utilisation plants, air handling unit
emissions etc.). Complete Table E.1(iv) for minor/fugitive/ground emission points.


E.2 Emissions to Surface Waters
Attachment E.2 Tables E.2(i) and E.2(ii) should be completed, where relevant.


E.3 Emissions to Sewer
Attachment E.3 Tables E.3(i) and E.3(ii) should be completed, where relevant.


E.4 Emissions to Groundwater
Describe the existing or proposed arrangements necessary to give effect to Articles 3,
4, 5, 6, and 7 of Council Directive 80/68/EEC of 17 December 1979 on the protection
of groundwater against pollution by certain dangerous substances and the European
Communities Environmental Objectives (Groundwater) Regulations 2010 (S.I. No. 9
of 2010.

Table E.4(i) should be completed, as relevant, for each source.

Supporting information should form Attachment E.4


E.5 Noise Emissions
Give particulars of the source, location, nature, level, and the period or periods during
which the noise emissions are made or are to be made.

Table E.5 (i) should be completed, as relevant, for each source.

Supporting information should form Attachment E.5

The Agency’s Guidance Note for Noise: Licence Applications, Surveys and
Assessments in Relation to Scheduled Activities (NG4) (2012) should be consulted
(available on www.epa.ie) where a noise impact assessment is required. A planned
programme of improvement towards meeting upgraded standards is required and
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section 8, and Appendix IX of the Guidance Note. This programme should
highlight specific goals and a time scale, together with options for modification,
upgrading or replacement, as required, to bring the emissions within the limits as set
out in the Guidance Note.



E.6 Environmental Nuisances

Attachment E.6 should contain the appropriate documentation. Information
provided should follow the sequence and use the headings as relevant established in
Table D.6. Additional advice on completing this section is provided in the Guidance
Note.

TABLE E.6 ENVIRONMENTAL NUISANCES
Bird Control       Control method                yes        no         not applicable
                   specified
                   Attachment included           yes        no         not applicable
Dust Control       Control method                yes        no         not applicable
                   specified
                   Attachment included           yes        no         not applicable
Fire Control       Control method                yes        no         not applicable
                   specified
                   Attachment included           yes        no         not applicable
Litter Control     Control method                yes        no         not applicable
                   specified
                   Attachment included           yes        no         not applicable
Traffic Control    Control method                yes        no         not applicable
                   specified
                   Attachment included           yes        no         not applicable
Vermin Control     Control method                yes        no         not applicable
                   specified
                   Attachment included           yes        no         not applicable
Road Cleansing     Control method                yes        no         not applicable
                   specified
                   Attachment included           yes        no         not applicable




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                 SECTION F CONTROL & MONITORING

F.1: Treatment, Abatement and Control Systems

Describe the proposed technology and other techniques for preventing or,
where this is not possible, reducing emissions from the installation/facility.
Details of treatment/abatement systems (air and effluent emissions) should be
included, together with appropriately scaled schematics (≤A3) as appropriate.

For each Emission Point identified complete Table F.1 of the Annex and include
detailed descriptions and appropriately scaled schematics (≤A3) of all abatement
systems.

Attachment F.1 should contain any supporting information.

F.2- F. 9. Monitoring and Sampling Points

Programmes for environmental monitoring should be submitted as part of the
application. These programmes should be provided as Attachments F.2 to F.6 and
meet the advice published by the Agency in the relevant BAT Note. For landfills the
additional Attachments F.7 to F.8 should be completed. Furthermore for a landfill
application the applicant must refer to the Agency Landfill Monitoring Manual
(2003) for further details on monitoring requirements for proposed facilities.

Include details of monitoring/sampling locations and methods.

F.2 Air
- to include Dust, Odour

Monitoring Arrangements specified        yes        no          not applicable
Monitoring points identified, (plus      yes        no          not applicable
12-figure grid references)
Attachment included                      yes        no          not applicable

F.3 Surface Water
Monitoring of surface water shall be carried out at not less than two points, one
upstream from the waste facility and one downstream.

Monitoring Arrangements specified       yes        no           not applicable
Monitoring points identified, (plus     yes        no           not applicable
12-figure grid references)
Attachment included                     yes        no           not applicable




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F.4 Sewer Discharge
Monitoring of sewer discharge shall be carried out at the point specified by the local
authority/Agency.

Monitoring Arrangements specified         yes        no        not applicable
Monitoring points identified, (plus       yes        no        not applicable
12-figure grid references)
Attachment included                       yes        no        not applicable

F.5 Groundwater
Groundwater monitoring is required at all landfill facilities; and certain other waste
facilities depending on waste activities and the underlying aquifer vulnerability.

Monitoring Arrangements specified         yes         no        not applicable
Monitoring points identified, (plus       yes         no        not applicable
12-figure grid references)
Attachment included                       yes         no        not applicable


F.6 Noise

Monitoring Arrangements specified         yes        no        not applicable
Monitoring points identified, (plus       yes        no        not applicable
12-figure grid references)
Attachment included                       yes        no        not applicable


F.7 Meteorological Data

Monitoring Arrangements specified         yes        no        not applicable
Monitoring points identified, (plus       yes        no        not applicable
12-figure grid references)
Attachment included                       yes        no        not applicable



An application for landfill requires the additional Attachments F.7 to F.8, to be
completed:


F.8 Leachate

Monitoring Arrangements specified         yes        no        not applicable
Monitoring points identified, (plus       yes        no        not applicable
12-figure grid references)
Attachment included                       yes        no        not applicable




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F.9 Landfill Gas
Complete each of the following tables to show whether information has been
included on aspects of landfill gas monitoring. Attachment F.9 should also contain
information to show whether the data given in Tables F.9.(a) and F.9(b) below
represents actual or anticipated data. Complete Table F.9 as follows:

Table F.9 (a) Landfill Gas Monitoring for existing landfill gas flares / utilisation
plants
Parameter                 Concentration   Proposed      Information    Method of     Information
                                 3
                                        (mg/Nm )              Frequency of     Included          Analysis          Included
                                                              Analysis         Y/N                                 Y/N
Inlet
Methane (CH4) % v/v
Carbon dioxide (CO2) %v/v
Oxygen (O2) % v/v

Outlet
Volumetric Flow Rate
SO2
Nox
CO
Particulates
TA Luft Class I, II, III organics
Hydrochloric acid
Hydrogen Fluoride


Table F.9(b) Landfill Gas Monitoring
     Parameter         Proposed Frequency of Analysis                   Information       Method of         Information
                                                                        Included Y/N      Analysis          Included Y/N
                                    Gas boreholes /   Facility Office
                                    vents/ wells/
                                    perimeter
                                    locations
Methane (CH4 ) % v/v
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) % v/v
Oxygen (O2) % v/v
Atmospheric Pressure
Temperature


Table F.9 (c) Landfill Gas Infrastructure
Equipment                    Monitoring                      Information          Monitoring Action   Information
                              Frequency                      Included Y/N                             Included Y/N
Gas Collection System

Gas Control System




Monitoring Arrangements specified                             yes            no           not applicable
Monitoring points identified, (plus                           yes            no           not applicable
12-figure grid references)
Attachment included                                           yes            no           not applicable




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          SECTION G RESOURCES USE & ENERGY EFFICIENCY

G.1     Raw Materials, Substances, Preparations and Energy

Attachment G.1 should contain a list of all raw, product and ancillary
materials, substances, preparations, fuels and energy which will be utilised in
or produced by the activity. Information on any insecticides, herbicides or
rat poisons, etc., should also be provided with their respective data and
safety sheets. The Standard Forms, provided in Annex 1, should be used in
the description of these materials, substances, etc., where relevant.
Additional advice on completing this section is provided in the Guidance
Note.

      Attachment                       yes         no        not applicable
      included


G.2 Energy Efficiency

A description of the energy used in or generated by the activity must be provided in
Attachment G.2.


      Attachment                       yes         no        not applicable
      included




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                       SECTION H MATERIALS HANDLING

H.1     Waste Types and Quantities – Existing & Proposed

Provide an estimation of the quantity of waste likely to be handled in relation to
each class of activity applied for. This information should be included in Table
H.1(a).


TABLE H.1(A). QUANTITIES OF WASTE IN RELATION TO EACH CLASS OF
ACTIVITY APPLIED FOR
        Waste Management Act 1996, as         Waste Management Act 1996, as
                 amended.                              amended.
       3rd Schedule (Disposal) Operations    4th Schedule (Recovery) Operations
        Class of            Quantity (tpa)     Class of          Quantity (tpa)
        Activity                               Activity
       Applied For                            Applied For
        Class D 1                             Class R 1
        Class D 2                             Class R 2
        Class D 3                             Class R 3
        Class D 4                             Class R 4
        Class D 5                             Class R 5
        Class D 6                             Class R 6
        Class D 7                             Class R 7
        Class D 8                             Class R 8
        Class D 9                             Class R 9
        Class D 10                            Class R 10
        Class D 11                            Class R 11
        Class D 12                            Class R 12
        Class D 13                            Class R 13
        Class D 14
        Class D 15



In Table H. 1 (B) provide the annual amount of waste handled/to be handled at the
facility. Additional information should be included in Attachment H.1. The tonnage
per annum should be given of that expected for the life of the licence, with at least the
next five years tonnages provided. For landfill licence review applications provide an
estimate of the quantity of waste already deposited in (i) lined cells; (ii) unlined cells.

TABLE H.1(B) ANNUAL QUANTITIES AND NATURE OF WASTE

Year           Non-hazardous waste                Hazardous                Total annual quantity
                (tonnes per annum)                   waste                           of
                                              (tonnes per annum)                   waste
                                                                            (tonnes per annum)




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    A detailed inventory of the types and quantities of wastes currently handled at the site
    and proposed to be handled should be submitted as Table H.1 (C).

    TABLE H.1 (C) WASTE TYPES AND QUANTITIES
WASTE TYPE              TONNES PER               TONNES PER               TOTAL (over life of
                        ANNUM (existing)         ANNUM (proposed)         site) tonnes
Household
Commercial
Sewage Sludge
Construction and
Demolition
Industrial Non-
Hazardous Sludges
Industrial Non-
Hazardous Solids
Hazardous
*(Specify detail in
Table H 1.2)
Inert Waste
imported for                       COMPLETE FOR LANDFILL & CONTAMINATED LAND
restoration                                      FACILITIES ONLY
purposes



    * TABLE H.1.2 HAZARDOUS WASTE TYPES AND QUANTITIES

   HAZARDOUS WASTE                 DETAILED DESCRIPTION               Tonnes Per       (Tonnes Per
                                                                        Annum            Annum
                                                                       (Existing)       Proposed)
Waste Oil
Oil filters
Asbestos
Paint and Ink
Batteries
Fluorescent Light Bulbs
Contaminated Soils
                   OTHER HAZARDOUS WASTE (APPLICANT TO SPECIFY)




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Attachment H.1 should contain any relevant additional information.

It should be noted that an applicant may be issued with a licence which restricts
the type of wastes which may be accepted.


H.2 Waste Acceptance Procedures

Procedures for checking waste loads as they arrive at the facility must be included.
These should follow the requirements of the Agency’s Waste Acceptance Manual and,
for landfills, Council Decision 2003/33/EC. A copy of these procedures and other
associated documentation should be included as Attachment H.2.


H.3 Waste Handling
Waste handling and the operating procedures used at the facility including waste
treatment processes should be described in Attachment H.3. Included in the
attachment should be information on the plant used on site and on the methods and
processes for handling waste on-site. Special requirements hold for contaminated
soil facilities, see Guidance Note.


In addition, an application for a Landfill requires Section H.3.a to be
completed:

H.3a Waste Handling at the Landfill Facility
State the manner in which it will be verified or assured that waste will be subject to
treatment prior to landfilling in accordance with the requirements of article 6 of the
Landfill Directive.
Provide information on the quantity of biodegradable municipal waste to be
accepted and how the targets of article 5 of the Landfill Directive (1999/31/EC), as
they have been adopted in Ireland, are to be achieved. In particular describe how
operation of the landfill will contribute to:
        (a) a reduction by 16/07/2010 to 75% by weight of the total amount of
            biodegradable municipal waste produced in 1995 or the latest year before
            1995 for which standardised Eurostat data is available;
        (b)a reduction by 16/07/2013 to 50% by weight of the total amount
            of biodegradable municipal waste produced in 1995 or the latest
            year before 1995 for which standardised Eurostat data is
            available;
        (c) a reduction by 16/07/2016 to 35% by weight of the total amount
            of biodegradable municipal waste produced in 1995 or the latest
            year before 1995 for which standardised Eurostat data is
            available.
Evidence should be provided to show that energy will be used efficiently.




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H.4 Waste Arisings
Waste Arisings should be considered for all contaminated soil applications. Details
of all waste materials generated on the site including, name, description and nature
as well as the source(s) should be identified. The quantities of each type of waste
generated on an annual/monthly basis should be calculated and stated in Tables
H.4(i) and H.4(ii) of the application form. Applicants should also provide
conversion factors used to relate volume (m3) and tonnage (t) for their waste stream.


H.5 Waste Recycling and Recovery
Applicants should describe in Attachment H.5 how waste activities will contribute
to the requirements of regulation 31(1) and (2) of the European Communities
(Waste Directive) Regulations 2011.
Applicants should also describe how they intend complying with the requirements
of regulation 29(2A) of the Regulations regarding waste recovery.




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SECTION I EXISTING ENVIRONMENT & IMPACT OF THE FACILITY

Detailed information is required to enable the Agency to assess the existing
environment. This section requires the provision of information on the ambient
environmental conditions at the site prior to the commencement of waste
management activities or prior to the receipt of a review application.

Where development is proposed to be carried out, being development which is of a
class for the time being specified under Article 24 (First Schedule) of the
Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations, the information on the state of the
existing environment should be addressed in the EIS. In such cases, it will suffice
for the purposes of this section to provide adequate cross-references to the
relevant sections in the EIS.

I.1.Assessment of atmospheric emissions
Describe the existing environment in terms of air quality with particular reference to
ambient air quality standards.

Provide a statement whether or not emissions of main polluting substances (as
defined in the Schedule of S.I. 394 of 2004) to the atmosphere are likely to impair
the environment.

Give summary details and an assessment of the impacts of any existing or proposed
emissions on the environment, including environmental media other than those into
which the emissions are to be made.

Attachment I.1 should also contain full details of any dispersion modelling of
atmospheric emissions from the activity, where required.



I.2. Assessment of Impact on Receiving Surface Water
Describe the existing environment in terms of water quality with particular reference to
environmental quality standards or other legislative standards. Table I.2(i) should be
completed

Provide a statement whether or not emissions of main polluting substances (as
defined in the Schedule of S.I. 394 of 2004) to water are likely to impair the
environment.

Give summary details and an assessment of the impacts of any existing or proposed
emissions on the environment, including environmental media other than those into
which the emissions are to be made.

The requirements of and environmental quality standards contained in the European
Communities Environmental Objectives (Surface Waters) Regulations 2009 (S.I.
No. 272 of 2009) should be considered. Information should be provided on the
manner in which these Regulations were taken into account in the assessment of the
impact of emissions to surface waters.


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Full details of the assessment and any other relevant information on the receiving
environment should be submitted as Attachment I.2.

I.3. Assessment of Impact of Sewage Discharge.

Give summary details and an assessment of the impacts of any existing or proposed
emissions on the environment, including environmental media other than those into
which the emissions are to be made.

Full details of the assessment and any other supporting information should form
Attachment I.3.


I.4 Assessment of impact of ground/groundwater emissions

The scope and detail of this assessment will depend to a large extent on the extent
and type of ground emissions at any site, which in turn are related to the risk.
Details should be included in Attachment I.4. Comprehensive guidelines are
contained in the Application Guidance Note and include particular requirements for
landfill and brownfield facilities.

Describe the existing groundwater quality. Tables I.4(i) should be completed.

The requirements of the European Communities Environmental Objectives
(Groundwater) Regulations 2010 (S.I. No. 9 of 2010) should be considered.
Information should be provided on the manner in which these Regulations were
taken into account in the assessment of the impact of the activity on groundwater.


I.5 Ground and/or groundwater contamination

Summary details of known ground and/or groundwater contamination, historical or
current, on or under the site must be given.

Full details including all relevant investigative studies, assessments, or reports,
monitoring results, location and design of monitoring installations, appropriately
scaled plans/drawings (≤A3), documentation, including containment engineering,
remedial works and any other supporting information should be included in
Attachment I.5.

The requirements of the European          Communities Environmental Objectives
(Groundwater) Regulations 2010 (S.I.      No. 9 of 2010) should be considered.
Information should be provided on the     manner in which these Regulations were
taken into account in the assessment      of groundwater contamination and any
remedial works carried out or proposed.



I.6 Noise Impact.


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Give details and an assessment of the impacts of any existing or proposed emissions on
the environment, including environmental media other than those into which the
emissions are to be made.

Ambient noise measurements

Complete Table I.6 (i) in relation to the information required below:
(i) State the maximum Sound Pressure Levels which will be experienced at
      typical points on the boundary of the operation. (State sampling interval and
      duration)
(ii) State the maximum Sound Pressure Levels which will be experienced at
      typical noise sensitive locations, outside the boundary of the operation.
(iii) Give details of the background (or residual) noise levels experienced at the site
      in the absence of noise from this operation.

Prediction models, maps (no larger than A3), diagrams and supporting documents,
including details of noise attenuation and noise proposed control measures to be
employed, should form Attachment No I.6.

I.7 Assessment of Ecological Impacts & Mitigation Measures

The ecology of the site and the surrounding area should be assessed in the vicinity
of the largescale waste facilities such as landfill or incinerator developments. An
assessment of the ecology should form Attachment I.7. Comprehensive guidelines
are contained in the Application Guidance Note




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   SECTION J ACCIDENT PREVENTION & EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Describe the existing or proposed measures, including emergency procedures, to
minimise the impact on the environment of an accidental emission or spillage.

Also outline what provisions have been made for response to emergency situations
outside of normal working hours, i.e. during night-time, weekends and holiday
periods.

Describe the arrangements for abnormal operating conditions including start-up,
leaks, malfunctions or momentary stoppages.

Supporting information should form Attachment J.


Attachment included                  yes       no        not applicable




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  SECTION K REMEDIATION, DECOMMISSIONING, RESTORATION
                    AND AFTERCARE

Describe the existing or proposed measures to minimise the impact on the
environment after the activity or part of the activity ceases operation, including
provision for post-closure care of any potentially polluting residuals.

For Landfill Applications, capping proposals are required, and reference should be
made to the Landfill Manual on ‘Restoration and Aftercare’ published by the
Agency, when completing this section.


Attachment included               yes       no        not applicable




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                  SECTION L STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS

L.1 Section 40(4) WMA

Indicate how all the requirements of Section 40(4)[(a) to (j)] of the Waste Management
Act 1996, as amended, will be met.
Undertake a screening for Appropriate Assessment and state whether the activity,
individually or in combination with other plans or projects, is likely to have a
significant effect on a European Site(s), in view of best scientific knowledge and the
conservation objectives of the site(s).
Where it cannot be excluded on the basis of objective scientific information, following
screening for Appropriate Assessment, that an activity, either individually or in
combination with other plans or projects, will have a significant effect on a European
Site, provide a Natura Impact Statement, as defined in Regulation 2(1) of the European
Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations (S.I. No. 477 of 2011).
Where, based on screening, it is considered that an Appropriate Assessment is not
required, provide a reasoned response.
The screening report and Natura Impact Statement, where applicable, shall be provided
in Attachment L.1.
Applicants should also describe how the proposed facility will comply with the
requirements of BAT. In particular reference should be made to the considerations
referred to in Annex IV of Council Directive 96/61/EC concerning integrated
pollution prevention and control.

Attachment L.1 should contain the documentation requested above, along with any
relevant additional information.

Attachment included                         yes         no         not applicable


L.2 Fit and Proper Person

The WMA in Section 40(4)(d) specifies that the Agency shall not grant a licence
unless it is satisfied that the applicant (if the applicant is not a local authority) is a fit
and proper person. Section 40(7) of the WMA specifies the information required to
enable a determination to be made by the Agency.

       Indicate whether the applicant or other relevant person has been convicted
        under the Waste Management Act 1996, as amended, the EPA Act 1992, as
        amended, the Local Government (Water Pollution) Acts 1977 and 1990 or
        the Air Pollution Act 1987.

       Provide details of the applicant’s technical knowledge and/or qualifications,
        along with that of other relevant employees (Link to Section C.1 of the
        application).




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       Provide information to show that the person is likely to be in a position to
        meet any financial commitments or liabilities that may have been or will be
        entered into or incurred in carrying on the activity to which the application
        relates or in consequence of ceasing to carry out that activity (Link to
        Section K of the application).

Supporting information should be included as Attachment L.2 with reference to
where the information can be found in the application.

Attachment included                     yes        no        not applicable




L.3 Waste hierarchy
Section 21A of the Waste Management Act 1996, as amended, as amended, requires
that the waste hierarchy shall apply. When applying the waste hierarchy, the
Agency is obliged to take measures to encourage the options that deliver the best
overall environmental outcome. Any departures from the hierarchy can be justified
by life-cycle thinking on the overall impacts of the generation and management of
specific waste streams. Applicants should justify any departures from the hierarchy
on this basis and as set out in section 21A(2) of the Acts.
Applicants should be aware of the requirements related to recovery of waste set out
in section 29(2A) of the Acts. (See section H.5 above).
In accordance with article 12(1)(v) of the Waste Management (Licensing)
Regulations, 2004, as amended, describe in Attachment L.3 how the waste
hierarchy is applied in or by the proposed activity.


Attachment included                     yes        no        not applicable




L.4 Principles of self-sufficiency and proximity
Applicants should state in Attachment L.4 how the proposed activity contributes to
the requirements of Section 37A of the Waste Management Act 1996, as amended.

Attachment included                     yes        no        not applicable




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                                  SECTION M DECLARATION

                                         Declaration

I hereby make application for a licence / revised licence, pursuant to the provisions
of the Waste Management Act 1996, as amended and Regulations made thereunder.

I certify that the information given in this application is truthful, accurate and
complete.

I give consent to the EPA to copy this application for its own use and to make it
available for inspection and copying by the public, both in the form of paper files
available for inspection at EPA and local authority offices and via the EPA's
website. This consent relates to this application itself and to any further information,
submission, objection, or submission to an objection whether provided by me as
Applicant or any person acting on the Applicant’s behalf.




Signed by :                                                  Date :
(on behalf of the organisation)


Print signature name:


Position in organisation :



                                                                 Company stamp or seal:




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                  ANNEX 1 STANDARD FORMS

    Standard forms are provided in this section for the recording and
 presentation of environmental monitoring and site investigation results


TABLE E.1(i) LANDFILL GAS FLARE EMISSIONS TO ATMOSPHERE
Emission Point:

 Emission Point Ref. No:

 Location :

 Grid Ref. (12 digit, 6E,6N):

 Vent Details
                   Diameter:

      Height above Ground(m):

 Date of commencement of
 emission:


Characteristics of Emission :

 CO                                                                                           mg/m3
 Total organic carbon (TOC)                                                                   mg/m3
  NOx                                                                                     mg/Nm3
                                                        0oC. 3% O2(Liquid or Gas), 6% O2(Solid Fuel)


  Maximum volume of emission                                                                  m3/hr

                                              o                     o                     o
 Temperature                                   C(max)                C(min)                C(avg)


(i)        Period or periods during which emissions are made, or are to be made,
           including daily or seasonal variations (start-up/shutdown to be included):

 Periods of Emission (avg)                        min/hr            hr/day                 day/yr




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TABLE E.1(ii)         MAIN EMISSIONS TO ATMOSPHERE                           (1 Page for each emission point)


 Emission Point Ref. No:

 Source of Emission:

 Location :

 Grid Ref. (12 digit, 6E,6N):

 Vent Details
                    Diameter:

   Height above Ground(m):

 Date of commencement:


Characteristics of Emission :



 (i)      Volume to be emitted:

  Average/day                             m3/d      Maximum/day                               m3/d

  Maximum rate/hour                       m3/h      Min efflux velocity                    m.sec-1

  (ii)    Other factors
                                      o                       o                           o
  Temperature                          C(max)                  C(min)                      C(avg)

  For Combustion Sources:
  Volume terms expressed as :              wet.               dry.          ________%O2

(iii)     Period or periods during which emissions are made, or are to be made, including daily or
          seasonal variations (start-up /shutdown to be included):


 Periods of Emission (avg)                          min/hr              hr/day            day/yr




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   TABLE E.1(iii): MAIN EMISSIONS TO ATMOSPHERE -                                 Chemical characteristics of the emission (1 table per emission point)
   Emission Point Reference Number:



        Parameter                     Prior to treatment(1)                         Brief                                    As discharged(1)

                                mg/Nm3                        kg/h               description                 mg/Nm3               kg/h.                 kg/year

                          Avg          Max           Avg             Max        of treatment           Avg        Max       Avg           Max     Avg         Max




   1. Concentrations should be based on Normal conditions of temperature and pressure, (i.e. 0oC,101.3kPa). Wet/dry should be the same as
   given in Table E.1(ii) unless clearly stated otherwise.




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      TABLE E.1(iv): EMISSIONS TO ATMOSPHERE                                  -          Minor /Fugitive



               Emission point              Description                                 Emission details1                       Abatement system employed
                                                                                             3(2)
          Reference Numbers                                           material        mg/Nm           kg/h.   kg/year




      1 The maximum emission should be stated for each material emitted, the concentration should be based on the maximum 30 minute mean.
      2 Concentrations should be based on Normal conditions of temperature and pressure, (i.e. 0 oC101.3kPa). Wet/dry should be clearly stated. Include reference
               oxygen conditions for combustion sources.




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TABLE E.2(i):          EMISSIONS TO SURFACE WATERS
                       (One page for each emission)

Emission Point:

 Emission Point Ref. No:

 Source of Emission:

 Location :

 Grid Ref. (10 digit, 5E,5N):
 Name of receiving waters:

 Flow rate in receiving                                  m3.sec-1 Dry Weather Flow
 waters:                                                      m3.sec-1 95%ile flow

 Available waste assimilative                                               kg/day
 capacity:



Emission Details:

 (i)      Volume to be emitted




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 Normal/day                           m3     Maximum/day                            m3

 Maximum rate/hour                    m3


(ii)      Period or periods during which emissions are made, or are to be made, including daily or seasonal variations (start-up /shutdown to be
          included):

 Periods of Emission (avg)                    min/hr         hr/day            day/yr




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TABLE E.2(ii): EMISSIONS TO SURFACE WATERS                   -   Characteristics of the emission          (1 table per emission point)



Emission point reference number :


        Parameter                      Prior to treatment                                         As discharged                             % Efficiency
                      Max. hourly   Max. daily     kg/day   kg/year       Max. hourly average   Max. daily average    kg/day      kg/year
                       average       average                                    (mg/l)                (mg/l)
                        (mg/l)        (mg/l)




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TABLE E.3(i): EMISSIONS TO SEWER (One page for each emission)

Emission Point:

 Emission Point Ref. No:

 Location of connection to
 sewer :

 Grid Ref. (10 digit, 5E,5N):

 Name of sewage undertaker:



Emission Details:

 (i)      Volume to be emitted

 Normal/day                            m3    Maximum/day                             m3

 Maximum rate/hour                     m3




(ii)      Period or periods during which emissions are made, or are to be made,
          including daily or seasonal variations (start-up /shutdown to be included):

 Periods of Emission (avg)                    min/hr          hr/day            day/yr




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TABLE E.3(ii):      EMISSIONS TO SEWER                 -    Characteristics of the emission (1 table per emission point)


Emission point reference number :


        Parameter                      Prior to treatment                                             As discharged                         % Efficiency
                      Max. hourly   Max. daily     kg/day       kg/year       Max. hourly average   Max. daily average   kg/day   kg/year
                       average       average                                        (mg/l)                (mg/l)
                        (mg/l)        (mg/l)




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TABLE E.4(i):          EMISSIONS TO GROUNDWATER                (1 Page for each emission point)


Emission Point or Area:

 Emission Point/Area Ref. No:

 Emission Pathway:
 (borehole, well, percolation area,
 soakaway, landspreading, etc.)

 Location :

 Grid Ref. (10 digit, 5E,5N):

 Elevation of discharge:
 (relative to Ordnance Datum)

 Aquifer classification for receiving
 groundwater body:

 Groundwater vulnerability
 assessment (including vulnerability
 rating):

 Identity and proximity of
 groundwater sources at risk (wells,
 springs, etc):

 Identity and proximity of surface
 water bodies at risk:




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Emission Details:

 (i)      Volume to be emitted

  Normal/day                                m3      Maximum/day                                m3

  Maximum rate/hour                         m3


(ii)      Period or periods during which emissions are made, or are to be made, including daily or seasonal variations (start-up /shutdown to be included):


 Periods of Emission (avg)                           min/hr            hr/day             day/yr




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Table E.5 (i): NOISE EMISSIONS - Noise sources summary sheet

                                                                                                         Octave bands (Hz)
                                                                  Sound                    Sound Pressure1 Levels dB(unweighted) per band
                            Emission                            Pressure1
                                            Equipment                                                                                                           Impulsive or       Periods of
         Source              point                               dBA at
                                             Ref. No                                                                                                           tonal qualities     Emission2
                            Ref. No                             reference
                                                                 distance
                                                                                 31.5      63      125      250       500       1K      2K     4K      8K




    1.    For items of plant, sound power levels may be used.
    2.    Periods of emission should state if the plant item in question operates on a continuous or intermittent basis. If intermittent then further details of the hours of operation and any
          potential impulsive components associated with the source should be clearly identified.




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TABLE F.1: ABATEMENT / TREATMENT CONTROL


Emission point reference number :


               1
      Control            Equipment 2           Equipment             Equipment             Equipment
     parameter                                 maintenance           calibration            back-up




                   1   Monitoring to be carried      Monitoring equipment          Monitoring equipment
       Control
                                    3                                                   calibration
      parameter                 out




1
  List the operating parameters of the treatment / abatement system which control its function.
2
  List the equipment necessary for the proper function of the abatement / treatment system.
3
  List the monitoring of the control parameter to be carried out.




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TABLE F.2 to F.8 : EMISSIONS MONITORING AND SAMPLING POINTS                                         -   ( 1 table per media)

Emission Point Reference No(s). :


     Parameter            Monitoring frequency     Accessibility of Sampling Points




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TABLE Ff: Fugitive ENVIRONMENT MONITORING AND SAMPLING LOCATIONS ( 1 table per media)

Monitoring Point Reference No :


        Parameter           Monitoring frequency     Accessibility of
                                                     Sampling point




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  Table G.1 Details of Process related Raw Materials, Intermediates, Products, etc., used or
             generated on the site

Ref.              Material/                CAS                  Danger(2)              Amount Annual                Nature of Use              R(3) - S(3) -
No or            Substance(1)             Number                Category               Stored Usage                                           Phrase Phrase
Code                                                                                     (tonnes)    (tonnes)




  Notes: 1.        In cases where a material comprises a number of distinct and available dangerous substances, please give details for each component substance.
         2.        c.f. Article 2(2) of SI No 77/94
         3.        c.f. Schedules 2 and 3 of SI No 77/94




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TABLE H.4(i): WASTE                    -        Hazardous Waste Recovery/Disposal


       Waste material         EWC Code              Main source1                         Quantity                     On-site           Off-site Recovery, reuse   Off-site Disposal
                                                                                                                 Recovery/Disposal            or recycling

                                                                             Tonnes /            m3 / month      (Method & Location )      (Method, Location &      (Method, Location &
                                                                                                                                               Undertaker)              Undertaker)
                                                                              month




1
     A reference should be made to the main activity / process for each waste.




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TABLE H.4(ii) WASTE - Other Waste Recovery/Disposal


Waste material         EWC Code           Main source1                    Quantity                 On-site recovery/disposal2   Off-site Recovery, reuse   Off-site Disposal
                                                                                                                                      or recycling
                                                             Tonnes / month       m3 / month             (Method & Location)       (Method, Location &     (Method, Location &
                                                                                                                                       Undertaker)             Undertaker)




 1   A reference should be made to the main activity/ process for each waste.
 2   The method of disposal or recovery should be clearly described and referenced to Attachment H.1




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Table I.2(i) SURFACE WATER QUALITY
(Sheet 1 of 2) Monitoring Point/ Grid Reference: _______________________________

Parameter                                        Results                     Sampling       Normal       Analysis
                                                 (mg/l)                      method2        Analytical   method /
                                                                             (grab, drift   Range2       technique
                                                                             etc.)
                                Date      Date         Date      Date
pH
Temperature
Electrical conductivity EC
Ammoniacal nitrogen NH4-N
Chemical oxygen demand
Biochemical oxygen demand
Dissolved oxygen DO
Calcium Ca
Cadmium Cd
Chromium Cr
Chloride Cl
Copper Cu
Iron Fe
Lead Pb
Magnesium Mg
Manganese Mn
Mercury Hg




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Surface Water Quality (Sheet 2 of 2)
Parameter                                       Results                     Sampling       Normal       Analysis
                                                (mg/l)                      method         Analytical   method /
                                                                            (grab, drift   Range        technique
                                                                            etc.)
                                Date     Date         Date      Date
Nickel Ni
Potassium K
Sodium Na
Sulphate SO4
Zinc Zn
Total alkalinity (as CaCO3)
Total organic carbon TOC
Total oxidised nitrogen TON
Nitrite NO2
Nitrate NO3
Faecal coliforms ( /100mls)
Total coliforms ( /100mls)
Phosphate PO4




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Table I.4(i) GROUNDWATER QUALITY
(Sheet 1 of 2) Monitoring Point/ Grid Reference: ____________________________
Parameter                                           Results                Sampling     Normal       Analysis
                                                    (mg/l)                 method       Analytical   method /
                                                                           (composite   Range        technique
                                                                           etc.)
                                    Date       Date       Date     Date
pH
Temperature
Electrical conductivity EC
Ammoniacal nitrogen NH4-N
Dissolved oxygen DO
Residue on evaporation
(180oC)
Calcium Ca
Cadmium Cd
Chromium Cr
Chloride Cl
Copper Cu
Cyanide Cn, total
Iron Fe
Lead Pb
Magnesium Mg
Manganese Mn
Mercury Hg
Nickel Ni
Potassium K
Sodium Na




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GROUNDWATER QUALITY (SHEET 2 OF 2)
Parameter                                    Results               Sampling       Normal       Analysis
                                             (mg/l)                method         Analytical   method /
                                                                   (composite,    Range        technique
                                                                   dipper etc.)
                              Date    Date       Date   Date
Phosphate PO4
Sulphate SO4
Zinc Zn
Total alkalinity (as CaCO3)
Total organic carbon TOC
Total oxidised nitrogen TON
Arsenic As
Barium Ba
Boron B
Fluoride F
Phenol
Phosphorus P
Selenium Se
Silver Ag
Nitrite NO2
Nitrate NO3
Faecal coliforms ( /100mls)
Total coliforms ( /100mls)
Water level (m OD)




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Table I.6 (i): AMBIENT & BACKGROUND NOISE ASSESSMENT

Need to carry out an assessment for tonal and impulsive noise1

                                       National Grid                                                        Sound Pressure Levels (dB)
                                        Reference
                                         (6N, 6E)                               LAeq                                      LA10                                      LA90
                                                                   Ambient             Background2           Ambient             Background2            Ambient            Background2
                               3
    1. SITE BOUNDARY
    Location 1:
    Location 2:
    Location 3:
    Location 4:
    2. NOISE SENSITIVE
       LOCATIONS 3
    Location 1:
    Location 2:
    Location 3:
    Location 4:
    1.   Refer to section 5 of the Agency’s Guidance Note for Noise: Licence Applications, Surveys and Assessments in Relation to Scheduled Activities (NG4) (2012).
    2.   Background noise levels should be determined in the absence of site specific noise. Where an installation is operational on a 24hr basis, estimates may be given for background noise
         levels, but this should be noted.
    3.   All locations should be identified on accompanying drawings.




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